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Another danger of this unpredictable scenario to keep in mind is if you, the rider, are passing slower traffic where left hand streets and driveways exist. A driver pulling out of this street or drive is naturally going to look to his left before pulling out, thereby not seeing an oncoming rider executing a pass in his lane! Keep your eyes peeled.


Glenn Heller
St. Peters, MO
Monday, October 9, 2017
As a full time RVer and Harley rider, it amazes me how reckless drivers will pass without being able to see the entire length ahead. I've seen some very near misses for head-on collisions. Its never worth dying for!

MSgt K
Orlando, FL
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Wow! Great article! This is something I never would have thought of even though I've been driving for 30-plus years and going into my fourth year on a bike. Thanks for sharing!

Wendy Fitting
Carlisle, PA
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
We followed a motor home that was not doing the speed limit for many miles. Just when a straight stretch of road appeared, we started to pass. The motor home unexpectedly slowed down, my gut feeling -- was there a reason? Luckily we almost stopped, as a deer that we couldn't see stepped out into the oncoming lane. Being aware of something that doesn't seem right. Saved our day.

Theresa Strange
Shelton, WA
Monday, April 18, 2016
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